Bucks Lake Webcam

Jul
31
2017
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MINERVA FIRE

Rather than try to keep updated here, two of the best info sources are the Feather River Bulletin website, and the Plumas National Forest Facebook page…..

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Jul
04
2017
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BIG GREY BIRDS ON THE 4TH

Who knew that big grey birds could fly like an F-16? It takes some great guys to make them handle like that. I’m sure all of Bucks Lake was in awe….

Thank you, Tony, thank you !!

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Jun
30
2017
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THE DETOUR. THE LATEST

I have had a comment from a person who says the information released by the Forest Service, which I have quoted here, is all wrong. He is citing Butte Co. Road Department.

Since I have not yet driven it, I do not know who to believe.

Best advice, believe only what you see. As always, 70 in the canyon is a safe bet.

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Jun
23
2017
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THE DETOUR IS CLOSING

From the Forest Service:
The Oro/Quincy Road detour will close June 26, to stay closed until July 21, BETWEEN 5 AM AND 3 PM. The purpose is to allow timber and earth work to improve the road.

FOR JULY 4th HOLIDAY TRAVEL: the road will be open at 3 pm Thursday June 29, and will close again at 5 am on July 6.

Please pass this on…..

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
May
26
2017
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ORO-QUINCY HIGHWAY

Here is a first report from a person who has driven the detour around Mountain House. That person reports the road is roughly equivalent to Mile High Road. It is posted CLOSED at both ends. It is definitely not for towing a boat, a trailer, or any kind of an RV……

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
May
25
2017
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ORO/QUINCY HIGHWAY (THE BACK ROAD)

As of this afternoon, 5-25-17, the Back Road is now open in Plumas County, though the Road Department reports several areas of narrow roadway, requiring you to be alert.

Word from the Forest Service is that the French Creek detour around Mountain House is functional, though designed primarily for logging trucks, and they are not encouraging tourist or vacationing traffic. But, neither can they keep you off of it. So just be careful when driving it. It is reported to be newly graded gravel in most parts, about 3 miles long.

Big Creek road is also open as of Wednesday afternoon.

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Apr
26
2017
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SPRING ROAD PLOWING, PART 2

Joe Blackwell has advised the plowing will begin Monday, May 1. The goal is to get to the fire station by Thursday. They will stop there, and will concentrate on repairing the washout at the bridge over Haskins Creek. Right now there is no schedule for plowing beyond the Fire Station.

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Apr
18
2017
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SPRING PLOWING

Cutting to the chase….. the Road Department will NOT be plowing any time soon. They are out of money due to the severe winter and are waiting for emergency money to arrive from the federal government, or the state. Or for the snow to melt enough for them to plow without spending much money.

I will post here when I learn more…..

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Mar
16
2017
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BIG GREY BIRDS. AGAIN

Two of them today, crossing over the fire station just as we also went by. They were about 100 feet above the trees. We waved. Tony, I hope you saw us……

Written by Mike in: Uncategorized |
Mar
08
2017
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FLYING LOW

Well! 3:30 this afternoon. Five of you guys, flying very low. Wonderful. I always love seeing my tax dollars at work. Sorry, can’t be more specific, but you can guess.

Thanks, Tony. Always a pleasure……

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